"That was something for concern certainly for the Chelsea fans at the start of the season".
However, Chelsea's start to the season has surprised onlookers, including Burley, and Maurizio Sarri's side are now fancied to mount a challenge themselves. "It looks like they are in a good shape", said Klopp.
Liverpool will be looking to getting back to winning ways, having gone without a victory in their last three games in all competitions.
The German has taken charge of 114 league games in total, meaning you can work out his record in three separate batches of 38 games. "I will support Riyad if the manager chooses him again".
The Catalan, who experienced three defeats to Liverpool last season in the Premier League and Champions League quarter-finals, was wary of being exposed by Jurgen Klopp's side and, as a result, the match was not much of a spectacle.
"My respect for Pep Guardiola couldn't be bigger, he is the world's best manager and that makes it so hard, but so exciting to play his teams".
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But the Egypt worldwide snatched at the chance with the confidence of a player with one goal in his last eight matches. After all, Liverpool beat City twice at home last season, by a combined scored of 7-3. He said, "It's the same that I thought one week ago".
But after eight games I still think it's very early to think about Chelsea challenging (Man City or Liverpool)'.
It depends on your point of view, but the reality is that this was simply a day when the defenders turned up and did what they are paid to do. Not struggling in the sense of playing badly but I felt as though Liverpool just had the edge on them when I was watching. But there was one fine stop to deny Danny Ings from distance and another even better one to keep Nathan Redmond at bay.
That made it a totally different game to their meetings last season.
City boss Pep Guardiola reined in their attacking intent during Sunday's goalless draw at Anfield with a first-half performance in particular which was the most restrained of any since his arrival in England.
Klopp did not push his full-backs - Andy Robertson and Joe Gomez - up the pitch because he knew City could hurt Liverpool on the break. But it was Aaron Ramsey's strike that was the pick of the bunch, with as many as five different Gunners players involved in the move. We tried to win but at the end we need to be happy - I need to be happy - that we didn't lose it because of the penalty.